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valley, no major action here. we've seen a few stray sprinkles that's been all for us, we have lots to track. even tucson getting hit with shower and thunderstorms activity. it's this line out to the west. that we're going to be watching as we head into your late night forecast. some models like this latest futurecast run do bring a little bit of that. in through the valley. as we head into the evening forecast will stay in the higher terrain or those spolts out to the west. a slight chance this evening, temperatures in the 80s for the next several hours but your forecast getting incredibly warm by the end of the week. we're going to take a look at the record that will be in jeopardy coming up in just minutes. in democracy 2016. a new poll shedding light.
that's part of the likely voters. meantime the nominees not holding anything back as we get closer to election day. clinton and trump spending their monday hitting the campaign trail hard. clinton is leaning on a friend senator elizabeth warren. meantime trump making stops in florida talking about the media and of course his rival. >> like hillary clinton they look down on the hard working people of the country. that's the media is entitled condescending and even contemptuous of the people who don't share their elitist views. >> this is a guy who says he knows more about isis than the generals. i don't think so. he basically declaring defeat before the battle has even started. >> meantime the vice
staying busy. kaine in the sunshine state at early voting rallies in miami and palm beach. pence making the rounds in north carolina. he made stops in two different cities there. the two have many more events coming up for the rest of the week. hillary clinton and michelle obama planning to campaign together. it'll be the first time they'll be hitting the trail side by side. the two plan to be in south carolina on thursday. we're just now hearing from the families shaken awake by a car slamming into a wall. just a few feet from their home. the two people inside the crashed car shot to death. abc15's joe bartels is live in roosevelt in phoenix. what do we know now. >> it was very scary for the family inside. their cinder block wall was
they went outside, they found two men bleeding and unconscious. they called 911. police say two hispanic men were dead inside that car. i heard my cousin she was like screaming because she got scared then we came outside and that's when we saw the car right there in our house. >> and police do not believe that this is connected to the phoenix serial street shooter case. the names of the victims have not yet been reporting live, joe bartels. and almost a year to the day when a phoenix man hit his father. he was sentenced to four years in prison. his family ran the business he later returned to the store shot his younger brother four times. incredibly that little brother survived his injuries.
smoke in tempe. two cars crashed leaving one just covered in flames engulfed in flames. thankfully nobody was injured. the ramp was closed until that mess is cleaned up. a not guilty plea today from an arizona woman facing terrorism charges. michelle bastion in court. she and her husband thomas are accused of planning to set up a the bomb. she is scheduled to be back in court in december. discovery leading to the arrest of a man in pinol county. charles garcia is accused of sexually assaulting and taking inappropriate pictures of two young girls. a parent helped crack the case when she found photos of her own daughter on an sd card belonging to garcia. police found him hiding in a home. we have the video you will only see on abc15 as a tattoo parlor is fire bombed.
worse possible time for the owner. abc15's chris grove has the story from phoenix. >> reporter: in just seconds the blaze ignites. >> your heart stops and you just expect everything to be gone. you expect the worse when you show up. >> reporter: inside wolf skin tattoo parlor. cameras are rolling as someone fire bombed raney's studio putting her life in jeopardy. >> it knocks you down. especially wh through recently. it's almost like, how are we going to do this? >> authorities put out the fire before it could spread. they're reclose to reopening but in the meantime investigators are still hunting down whoever tried to burn down her shop. >> we worked so hard to build something bigger than us. for someone to come through and just try to take it all away is
>> for perkins the timing couldn't be worse. in august her husband jubel was shot and killed. perkins thinks the timing between the two is just too close. >> if they're trying to get at my husband it's not impacting him. if they're trying to get to one of the other artists, i mean they lost some supplies. but it's really getting to me and my kids. we're trying >> we wish we didn't have to bring you this story. a girl died after a dresser fell on her. new developments on a tour bus that crashed.
on the breaks at all. the bus was returning to los angeles yesterday morning when it crashed on i10 near palm springs. 29 other people were hurt in this. in a news conference today. officials said the bus had been inspected three times since 2014. and no mechanical issues were found. right now at the live desk, all new since world news an all out man hunt in oklahoma for this guy. he's accused of killing two people and opening fire on officers. police issued a wanted poster for michael vance. he had just killed two of his relatives and shot and injured two officers. officials say he also has a medical condition and that he may be trying to spread that disease while on the run. businesses beware again. the controversial group that's flooded the valley with disability lawsuits is sending more people to do more
places it's already sued. >>-- is trying to quickly fix developments in their cases. it only lists the organization not a person. a federal judge recently tossed the case saying you can't sue if someone wasn't actually harmed. it appears aid is worried about 1,200 of their cases that may be in jeopardy. it is now trying a one size all. aid is asking for three men to be added. rickentailor and two brothers, who is now inspecting every business.
the attorney general's office inis investigating. that's why aid is going after the ag. in aid's new motion they also asked the judge to force the ags office to do periodic aga inspection and it dropped off these boxes at the ags office. inside it claims there are 9,000 complaints of violations in parking lots of businesses they haven't sued yesterday. >> now the big ag/case is next. in the meantime we're going to be digging deeper into the background of those brothers that ag is using to inspect business. >> leaders putting the breaks on a planned medical marijuana festival. city leaders have denied a permit for the event. it was supposed to happen this weekend at the casa grand dome. organizers say the medical marijuana would not have been sold at the event but people would have been able to bring it and use it there.
this with the goal of easing congestion during peak travel times. a project like this would cost $125 million. caught on video. the moments leading up to a deadly plane crash over seas. take a look. you can see that plane going down and then a ball of flames five people were killed in this crash in the european country of malta. french defense officials say the plane went down shortly after take off. there's no word on what caused the crash. subway in the tonight. the ex-wife of disgraced pitch man jared fogel now suing the sandwich chain. his wife says that subway knew of fogel's pedeophelia but continued to use him in their ads. fire officials say this was
that was installed incorrectly. we also learned today four children were among those killed. the fire happening late last night in a town not too far from the tennessee border. investigators have ruled this an accident. we are another day close tore making a big decision on marijuana here in arizona. tonight a new survey shows more people than ever support legalizing pot in some form. 57% of u.s. adults say marijuana use should be legal while 27 illegal. advocates say one of the reason for the jump more baby boomers getting on board with legal pot. meantime a las vegas casino owner crossing state lines to help fund the anti pot campaign here in arizona. sheldon adelson who owns the venetian just donated a million dollars. that's a campaign opposing prop 205. it's already raised $4.3
and three. they came here to get help. people like chris kellum. >> he was hit on the freeway. >> reporter: she's talking about her husband. she made the trip to tempe marketplace to save her truck. we met her as we took let joe >> $1,000 for cleaning a half a side of my face is not common place. >> reporter: insurance experts and attorneys were here. benita told them she is stuck with painful teeth and a bill. >> there's nothing i can do. >> reporter: she feels bad about her case. >> they had promised they would
advice. >> really appreciate this. this was marvelous to have this out here. >> thanks to all the consumers that came out it was a real success. >> reporter: our team can help solve your problem every day. just call us. you have a problem, let me know. >> clouds still streaming in tonight as we tap into moisture from the southwest. look at all of it coming in. breaking out across the state at this point as we look south. not much to track across central arizona. down to our south. tucson has been getting soaked over the last couple of hours and we have lots to track out to the west and northwest. showers and thunderstorms rolling into lake havisu city as we speak.
arizona state line. because of that action we could see a few isolated showers or maybe even a stray shower. we're going to keep the chance at 10% even going into that overnight forecast. then we look drier tomorrow. the skies opening up quite a bit for us tomorrow. much more sunshine than we saw out there today. with chandler and mason 84. winds are calm here in the valley. and they'll stay light tonight with that slight chance of show bottom out at 71 degrees. tomorrow 91 for our high. more sunshine as we mentioned. here's what's going to be taking place as we head into the middle of the week. this is futurecast, it shows ridge of high pressure starting to build back in as we go into wednesday and thursday. this means the heat is on. we have another big warm upcoming our way. look at our temperatures here in the valley. looks like the days for whatever reason have not updated here that file may be old but these are the numbers
94 on wednesday and 97 on thursday. so we'll be about a degree shy of that record on thursday. and here's a look at what we expect in the high country. a warm up there as well. flagstaff goes from 63 tomorrow up to 70 on thursday. sedona will jump from the upper 70s. payson will be in the 80s as well for thursday and friday. coming up in just a bit. we're going to take you day by day here in the valley. we'll get a closer look at the numbers for tonight and tomorrow across all of our exactly what to expect. >> i'm craig along with chandler jones out here at the big red brew house. coming up we're talking to this guy. one of the stars of last night's
game against the seattle seahawks.
allegations against pinal county sheriff paul babeu. accusations of widespread abuse at a massachusetts private school. she is sick of hearing sheriff paul babeu lie. allegations of abuse of power. another headache, the fbi has subpoenaed records. lawsuits regarding abuse and neglect. questions of babeu's integrity. new page of controversy. a question of judgment. ultimately voters are going to have to decide if he's the type of candidate they want in congress.
else it was just exhausting. three hours 45 minutes its 6-six overtime tie. >> yes, many fans on their feet and when it was all over many of us left wondering, what just happened. >> our weekly cardinals count down with a very special guest, greg. >> we do, thanks steve i appreciate it. chandler jones thank you for being here. we appreciate it.
thank you for having me. >> you got into a slug fest with the seahawks. how do you feel tonight? >> exhausted. very exhausted. but it was an interesting game. unfortunately we ended in a tie. there was a weird feeling at the end of the game. and i can't wait to meet that team again. >> you said that after the game. did you get beat up yesterday. it was just physical. we were good. i'm ne this morning i got in the ice tub. >> got some food in you. >> got some food. >> and it's not a win, not a loss but a tie. >> we didn't lose. but it's still, it's not a good feeling at all. it's not -- you never want to tie. and unfortunately we tied but the bright side about it is we get to play them again and hopefully it won't finish like that. >> congratulations on the sack.
stick with us on abc15. chandler is here getting the applause from the fans. thank you for being here. >> it's just weird isn't it. you didn't lose but you can't celebrate a win either. it's just like, aah. >> it's exhausting that's what it is. it's exhausting. cruel in every way. three horses shot and left to die. the new reward tonight and what deputies plan to do in just hours. >> saving our wildlife one rescue at a time but they can't do it alone. a new plea for >> a lot of improvements for valley bus routs look - i supported joe arpaio for a lot of years... but lately, he spends so much time on tv or in court defending himself that he's not doing his job. he failed to serve warrants for violent crimes. he didn't even investigate when children were molested. and lawsuits against him have cost taxpayers over one hundred forty two million dollars. we need a new sheriff whose top priority is keeping our community safe. that's why this year,
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the search of whoever shot three salt river wild horses. the mounted posse will be outlooking for clues. >> we want to warn you some of these images are really disturbing. >> tears are flowing down by the salt river home of the majestic salt river wild horses. >> we fought so hard to get these horses saved. >> reporter: this is a sixth salt river horse year. this one especially brutal. >> they shot at the little baby then ran after them. >> reporter: the attack very personal. these animal lovers spend a lot of time out here observing the horses. the baby who died named ky. >> visibly the mother of this baby is very distraught and very upset. she's going back to the spot where her dead baby is and that's absolutely heartbreaking. >> tonight detectives need your help to find the killer. he was seen shooting the horses last friday around 6:00 p.m. detectives have had boots on
air units dispatched to this area to help find the suspect. a witness says he was wearing a dark green shirt, black shorts and may have been with two other people. >> why did you do it? why? you should be put away for life. because you're a murderer to wild innocent animals. >> reporter: advocacy groups are raising money to help save the wounde back now at the live desk. the federal government wants to disband the shared police department. officers let residents ignore eviction notices and turn a blind eye to property crimes. earlier this year a jury found nonbelievers were denied police protection. they were denied water hook ups in those towns. the hearing lasts three more days. no waiting for election
voices heard right now. out of the 2 million ballots mailed statewide. 487,000 have been returned. that's more than 20%. breaking it down by county the valley has received the most at 294,000 followed by pima county at 120,000. and yamipi county at 20,000. it's smooth sailing for us. north carolina seems to be the latest experiencing problems. voters complaining their votes are being switched on touch screen machines. turns out long nails or large fingers could be why they're selecting a different candidate. the elections office is taking steps to ensure an accurate touch. tonight new reaction into the live desk on premium for the government's health care plan. they're jumping by double digits last year. the average of 22% for the silver plan. but senator john mccain saying it's even worse here in the valley. 126,000 of you enrolled only to
which will see the largest increase of nearly 75%. it just released this statement saying arizona families are demanding affordable, sensibility and choice when it comes to their health care. not the expensive restrictive and poor quality care that's been forced upon them by the obama care. fighting drug abuse if you have a state health care plan get ready for some changes in how your prescriptions can be filled. governor dosey limiting initial health car only seven days worth. it also bans opioid prescriptions to children unless they're battling cancers or traumatic injuries. >> it's the powerful message aimed at kids across arizona this new psa one of three from the state health department on
the new campaign also includes the website vape is a lie. where kids can learn about vape pens and consequences of becoming addictive. >> an enbattled now looking for more land in a new location. the southwest wildlife conservation center is asking for donations of at least 20 acres for an additional facility. making it easier to get around the valley tonight is the first nightsus longer an extra three hours every day on all 44 phoenix bus routs. and those wait times a lot shorter as well. 30 minutes or less including on the weekend. we're tracking showers and thunderstorms. >> we'll take it through the
few random sprinkles but lots of cloud cover. and even those with high temperatures got to the 20th day of 90 or more. the report 21 days set back in 1971. tomorrow and shatter it by the end of -- by the middle of the week. and 29 set back in 1952 and even if we hit 90 or more set for the rest of the month we'll only make it up to 28 days. coming up in just a bit we're going to talk about just how hot it's going to be and how close we're going to get to those records in the next couple of weeks. is it too early to talk christmas. not if you want to cut your own fresh tree this year.
tragedy in florida. a construction worker falling three stories to his death. two other men also they were rescued while dangling on their harnesses. an suv refused to pull over during a traffic stop. 70miles later it ended with that driver shot and three others arrested. >> he has a gun. no, no, no. >> shots fired. another traffic stop turns violent in california. dash cam catching this all 14 rounds fired at a patrol car
a woman inside barely missed getting hit. the officer only in his second week on the job. back here at home, we are saying goodbye to ralph here. he's leaving the phoenix zoo after 54 years. think about that. that's before the phoenix suns and the population was under a half million. >> yeah he's a 100-year-old galapagos tortoise and moving and will be transferred with a turtle named elvis. the transfers are all part of a breeding program. come on down and spend a few hours with us. >> a little confused about which costume to go with for halloween. we'll show you a great selection for a great prize in our deal of the day. >> and it's a cloudy night here in the valley. temperatures in the mid-80s
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the president gave the order we had to launch the missiles, that would be it. i prayed that call would never come. [ radio chatter ] self control may be all that keeps these missiles from firing. [ sirens blearing ] i would bomb the [ beep] out of them. i want to be unpredictable. i love war. the thought of donald trump with nuclear weapons scares me to death.
i learned as a police officer and a businessman you should never abuse people's trust. unfortunately, today too many politicians either serve their party or themselves, and arizona families suffer. the arizona republic called paul babeu a disgrace. babeu
spent $28,000 of taxpayer money at a five-star resort and was questioned by the fbi for using public money to promote himself. essage,
he's stuck 400 mi home. his car is
in the tow center. >> reporter: a trip turned into a nightmare for sanchez. >> i had to buy a travel kit just to brush my teeth. i felt i was being held hostage here. everything changed once i asked them to send me a bill. they kicked me out immediately. >> they told him they couldn't
went out of their way to help. >> it was never about money. i told them that i would pay but they said they couldn't help me. >> reporter: this morning sanchez showed up with an officer , got his car back and his bill. >> it says reserved but if that's posted over a reserved space. all that really tells me is you can park here for 24 hours. >> reporter: save headache. be very mindful of where you park. know your rights when it comes to towing because rules range by city. and if you're towed on the weekend you may be out of luck until monday. good news tonight. the honda civic may not be so reliable. the head of auto testing says
magazine is pulling their rating. the 2016 model is said to have problems with its power equipment and entertainment system. new consumer report tonight, as you go halloween shopping target is recalling 127,000 window decorations. the led gel clings could fall apart causing kids. meantime, wal-mart is removing its newest halloween costume from its online store after only a week. it's a make up kit called razor blade suicide scar wound. many are calling this intensative. wal-mart agrees saying it was from a third party seller. dressing up this year may prove to be more than fun. halloween may just predict who will win the presidential election.
masks are selling out hillary clinton mask. but this time people say they're actually buying the masks to mock the candidates. that brush fire in the good year area. you can see crews are out there trying to get this thing out of control. it's burning near 171st avenue and chandler heights. crews have been out at the scene. the flames have taken about an acre so that's the smoke you're probably seeing and smelling out there. we're going to stay on top this and keep you updated. it may come as no surprise here. airlines wanting to weigh passengers and hawaii airlines just got the green light to proceed. spreading weight evenly across the plane will help avoid crash landings. talk about a big oops. and british airways accidentally plugged a top rival. they shared a facebook postfrom
updated it to say, finally we agree on something except for how to get there. tracking the forecast tonight. we're at 88 degrees with clear skyless. winds are light out of the north. our dewpoint is up in the 50s. we have moisture flowing in temperatures this evening looked good but the chance for rain continues. cape creek already down into the 70s. the rest of the valley hanging on to the mid-80s for the most part. mid- to upper 50s in prescott and paon degrees. let's talk about those changes moisture coming in. you can see all the green here on the water vapor imagery. that stuff flows in from the southwest. we have dewpoints well up over the last 24 hours in fact, in some cases up to the north we've seen nearly a 30-degree increase in those dewpoints. and all of that moisture is leading to some shower and thunderstorms development mainly out to the west tonight. as we take a closer look at these storms, we're tracking them moving into kingman right now. lots of lightning with this
area. every strike you see is a cloud to ground strike. it stretches down along i10 to court side. these showers advancing to the east and northeast. and we're going to keep a slight chance in the valley as we continue to track these storms to the west. our chance at 30% through the evening forecast. here's the latest run. it does look pretty light by the time any of that makes its here. most of the activity stays up to the north in the overnight forecast tomorrow there will be chances for show thunderstorms up there again along the rim. while our valley forecast stays dry. much more sunshine tomorrow too. we start out in the 70s in the morning. 10:00a.m. takes us to 80. 89 at 2:00 and 91 at 4:00 p.m. we'll hit 90 in chandler tomorrow. and 89 in mason and paradise valley. glendale with your valley to your north at 91. even in our coldest spots even in the 40s.
low 50s in flagstaff. 77 in sedona. tomorrow will be day 21 in a row with 90 plus temps and we'll continue to get hotter by the end of the week. thursday near that record of 98 our forecast right now at 97. a subtle cool down for friday, saturday and sunday. don't let halloween prices scare you. >> we have the deal of for as little as five bucks. >> reporter: is the stress of finding that perfect halloween costume starting to take its toll? well it's not too late to find the perfect one for a great price thanks to our smart shopper deal of the day.
clearance costumes here at family in surprise. we're talking brand new from $10 to $30. but you will get a better deal if you come in on tuesday and mention smart shopper you will get half off all of their clearance costumes. on halloween night it's safety first. you will also get one free glow stick with every halloween costume purchase. just abc15.com/smartshopper for this and any other smart shopper deal. and along with chandler jones we're talking football from the university of phoenix stadium. we're going to find out who's going home it's just minutes away here on abc15. the new show conviction then we're back with more news at 10:00. >> keep it here after the news,
allegations against pinal county sheriff paul babeu. paul babeu exposed
in a damning home video. accusations of widespread abuse at a massachusetts private school. she is sick of hearing sheriff paul babeu lie. allegations of abuse of power. another headache, the fbi has subpoenaed records. lawsuits regarding abuse and neglect. questions of babeu's integrity. new page of controversy. a question of judgment. ultimately voters are going to have to decide if he's the type of candidate they want in congress.
he's a guy that can hurt you if you let him. me being a pass rusher i have to make his night terrible, miserable. >> eight quarterback pressures last night against russell wilson that was exciting to see. >> it is. >> you're putting pressure on guys. >> it's a team effort honestly. the guys are covering well. i can't rush the i have help. >> it's taken some time for this defense to gel this year do you get that feeling that you're finally coming together as a defense. >> we're starting to make more plays this year. you can never walk off the field and say we played a perfect game. there's always room for improvement. especially you know we set in the room today and there's a lot of plays we left out there. there's a lot more plays to be made and that's what we're going to try to do. definitely against cam newton and the panthers.
could have made the difference in that game. 10, 20. >> i can't even count. there's a lot of plays. as much as people say the defense played well or this guy or that guy. there's a lot of plays that are left to be made. that's the sport about football. that's what you love about football, you have the chance to go out there and prove yourself the next week. >> coming up at 7:00 sharp, tune into abc13 arizona on facebook. we'll talk more with chandler >> thanks so much craig. >> gas siphoning thieves making a come back. we have details on three new valley cases. >> plus iphone glitches. the consumer alert on what to expect if you're having problems. >> congestion is one thing but >> congestion is one thing but why a nine hour closure we're
ople's trust. unfortunately, today too many politicians either serve their party or themselves, and arizona families suffer. the arizona republic called paul babeu a disgrace. babeu spent $28,000 of taxpayer money at a five-star resort and was questioned by the fbi for using public money to promote himself. o'halleran: i'm tom o'halleran, and i approve this message, because you deserve leaders you can trust. look - i supported joe arpaio for a lot of years... pends so much time on tv or in court defending himself that he's not doing his job. he failed to serve warrants for violent crimes. he didn't even investigate when children were molested. and lawsuits against him have cost taxpayers over one hundred forty two million dollars. we need a new sheriff whose top priority is keeping our community safe. that's why this year,
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